She was the talk of Channel 4’s Naked Attraction this week but what exactly possessed contestant Tracy Kiss to describe her vagina as a “beef sandwich”? Well, loaded spoke to the woman herself to find out.
Recruited via social media to appear on the dating show, which sees one woman or man choose from a panel of six completely naked would-be dates, Kiss served up, pardon the pun, one of the most memorable moments on the show.
Speaking to host Anna Richardson, Tracy revealed her rather unusual nickname for her vagina in a move that had Twitter in uproar.
Calling your vag a beef sandwich live on Tv… For the love of God 😱🙈 #nakedattraction
— hannah mccarthy (@haannahmccarthy) August 8, 2016
still struggling to believe she described her own as a beef sandwich #NakedAttraction
— Lily (@lilyhhhh) August 8, 2016
But, for the personal trainer, blogger, journalist and all-round social media star, the description was more about being herself in the only way she knew how.
“Being vegan I have a dislike for meaty looking meat, my labia certainly being one of them,” she told loaded.
“I think my labia look like a stamped on beef sandwich and when Anna asked me about it I had no hesitation in being honest.”
As much as anything for Kiss, the beef sandwich revelation was about showing that, despite being a personal trainer with a raft of romantic admirers on Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, she, like everyone else, has flaws.
“I know that I’m not perfect, we all have body hang ups but I don’t censor myself, I am who I am and after an entire childhood of being bullied for being ugly, shy and too geeky as a woman I have accepted that people will either love or hate me for who I am,” Kiss said.
“Life is too short to pretend you’re something you’re not.”
Keep an eye out for more from Kiss in the coming weeks, as she reveals what Naked Attraction is really like and the bits that the programme maker’s decided were too hot for TV.
Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.